SEB S.A.

19971

Cert. of 10.000 Shares of 100F - Selongey (Côte-d'Or)

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Specimen: unissued (n°0000000) . No coupon.

Signature of Lescure.

A first tinsmith's workshop was created by Antoine Lescure in 1857 in Selongey, near Dijon (Burgundy).

His son Jean took over the company and in 1865 created the Fabrique de Ferblanterie Jean Lescure. Jean's son, René, in turn took over the company and created the Manufacture de Ferblanterie René Lescure Fils in 1904.

The successors then founded the company Manufacture de Ferblanterie Lescure Petits Fils and brought out their first vegetable mill under the Moulinex brand in 1932.

In 1944, the company took on the now famous name of S.E.B. (Burgundy Stamping Company). Frédéric Lescure became President in 1952 and launched the successful SEB pressure cooker, followed by Tefal stoves and Calor irons.

In 1973, the holding SEB S.A. was created, with Henri Lescure taking over the chairmanship. New acquisitions and developments around the world will follow.

19971

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Country
France
Theme
Misc. Industries
Rare bonds
Specimen
Condition
EF
Famous
Yes

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